At the time of harvest the carriers are striding down the path, carrying baskets full of grapes. A boy walks among them with a lyre singing the linos, the song of lamentation.
Liminal spaces are described as “in-between moments”, spaces of waiting, not-knowing, potential spaces of transformation. What opens the doors to these moments?
From the Ancient Greek: κατάβασις, κατα “down” and βαίνω “go”. The Katabasis is an archetypal descent of the hero into the underworld. Also, a trip from the interior of a country down to the coast (for example, following a river). The word also applies to the sinking of the sun.
Climbing Jacob’s ladder, running wires. A short reflection on Jean Baudrillard’s Hyperreality.